News/Canada/North

    News/Canada/North

    Internet, phone services gradually returning after Telesat satellite issue in Northern Canada Services are gradually returning in the North after problems with a Telesat satellite disrupted communications in a wide swath of northern Quebec and Nunavut.

    Big crowds expected for Day 2 of William and Kate's Yukon visit The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge continue their Yukon visit today, beginning with a visit to a local museum and a walk through the downtown area.

    Sir John Franklin's long-lost HMS Terror believed found What's believed to be the wreck of HMS Terror, one of Sir John Franklin's two ships lost in the doomed 1845 Franklin Expedition, has been found in a Nunavut bay.

    Why this N.W.T. Dene woman joined pipeline protests in North Dakota Snookie Catholique says she knew in her heart that she should be in North Dakota last week. She travelled there to join the pipeline protests by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, recalling how people came to support N.W.T. First Nations during the Berger Inquiry.

    'An issue around the world': Arctic microplastics study hopes to 'not see much at all' Researchers with the Vancouver Aquarium are collecting water samples from four Arctic regions to determine just how far microplastics have reached into Canada’s Arctic.

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